The Deadliest Weapons in Any Sci-Fi Universe

Why target a sole planet when you can annhilate a solar system? All you have to do is fire a nova bomb into a sun, which destabilizes its gravity and makes the sun go supernova. Then you get to destroy everything within that star’s vicinity.From pulse rifles to planet killers, we’ve got you covered.

Quelle: The Deadliest Weapons in Any Sci-Fi Universe, Ranked – GameSpot

The Deadliest Weapons in Any Sci-Fi Universe. Originally published on Scouting the World

The Deadliest Weapons in Any Sci-Fi Universe

Why target a sole planet when you can annhilate a solar system? All you have to do is fire a nova bomb into a sun, which destabilizes its gravity and makes the sun go supernova. Then you get to destroy everything within that star’s vicinity.From pulse rifles to planet killers, we’ve got you covered.

Quelle: The Deadliest Weapons in Any Sci-Fi Universe, Ranked – GameSpot

The Deadliest Weapons in Any Sci-Fi Universe. Originally published on Scouting the World

Somewhere over the brainbow

Harvard scientists have developed hi-tech new methods to explore inside the human brain using magnetic resonance scanning. Professor Jan Wedeen claims that the rainbow-coloured scans offer the first real insight into the pathways of the human brain’s 100 billion cells – and how it works.

Cheap gifts guaranteed to impress science geeks

Inside these sealed glass balls live shrimp, algae, and bacteria, all swimming around in filtered seawater. Put it somewhere with some light, and this little ecosystem will chug along happily for years, no feeding or cleaning necessary, totally oblivious to the fact that the rest of the world exists outside.

Cheap gifts guaranteed to impress science geeks

solar park south

off architecture + PR architects + samuel nageotte have sent us images of their winning design for ‘solar park south’, a competition that sought out ideas for the sustainable redevelopment of highway sections between scilla and bagnara in calabria, italy.